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A judge sentenced former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to two years in prison Saturday on charges of corruption, possessing foreign currency and accepting illegal gifts.
Sputnik International › 19 hours ago
New Delhi (Sputnik): The head of the Delhi Commission for Women, Swati Maliwal, has been on a hunger strike for over 12 days now, demanding that those responsible for the recent wave of rapes in the country pay with their lives.
The New York Times › 1 day ago
Federal prosecutors urged a judge on Friday to order a new psychiatric evaluation of a Colorado man charged with murder but deemed mentally unfit to stand trial in state court for a deadly shooting rampage at a Planned Parenthood clinic in 2015.
The Sun › Politics › 1 day ago
SIR Keir Starmer is a clear favourite to lead the Labour party after Jeremy Corbyn steps down. He was once caught telling business leaders that he’s well aware of how unpopular Corbyn is. Who is Keir Starmer? Sir Keir, from London, is a dad-of two...
CNN › 1 day ago
Two years ago, James Fields plowed through a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. He killed a 32-year-old woman named Heather Heyer, injured dozens of others and put the entire nation on edge.
The Independent › 1 day ago
Delhi's air and water quality are 'full of poison', says the convict
Fox News › 2 days ago
Authorities are investigating if a 64-year-old man charged with murdering two women in the 1980s in California may also have committed crimes in North Texas, according to a report.
The Wall Street Journal › 2 days ago
The Boston Marathon bomber’s case is heading back to court, putting the 2013 tragedy that rocked New England’s largest city back in the spotlight, as his lawyers argue a tainted jury sentenced him to death.
The New York Times › 3 days ago
Texas plans on Wednesday to execute a man convicted more than a decade ago of killing a prison boot factory supervisor by slitting his throat because he was upset he had to work as a janitor.
CBS Local › 4 days ago
A jury has been seated in the hate crime trial of a white man accused of killing a black Bowie State University student in College Park in 2017.
The New York Times › 5 days ago
A Japanese man accused of killing 19 disabled people at a care home south of Tokyo in 2016 said he will admit to the killings at his trial due to begin in January, the Mainichi Shimbun newspaper reported.
Reuters › 5 days ago
A Japanese man accused of killing 19 disabled people at a care home south of Tokyo in 2016 said he will admit to the killings at his trial due to begin in January, the Mainichi Shimbun newspaper reported.
Cleveland › 6 days ago
MEDINA – Common Pleas Judge Joyce Kimbler announced she is running for re-election and said she is eager to have another term to continue the work she has started.
CBS Local › Incident › 6 days ago
Jury selection is expected to start Monday. Prosecutors said they will not seek the death penalty.
Chicago Tribune › 6 days ago
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the state attorney general's request to prohibit a judge who demonstrated against the death penalty from
New York Post › 1 week ago
The Supreme Court has refused to let the US Justice Department resume federal executions, giving a reprieve to a white supremacist who killed a family of three, including an 8-year-old girl. The stay was issued Friday after the DOJ urged the justices...
The Sun › 1 week ago
STEAM was seen pouring from the head of a blind murderer as he was executed by electric chair in Tennessee on Thursday. Leroy Hall, 53, was put to death for the 1991 murder of girlfriend Traci Crozier, 22, who died after Hall set her car ablaze as she...
CNN › Politics › 1 week ago
A series of federal executions that were set to begin on Monday will remain on hold, the Supreme Court said on Friday.
The New York Times › Opinions › 1 week ago
A minister writes, “Some things are so clearly wrong they should never be condoned or justified.”
Newsweek › 1 week ago
If put to death on Friday, Lee Hall will be the fourth person in Tennessee to choose the electric chair over lethal injection within the past year.
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